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[texts]Federal Bureau of Investigation Documents on Occupy Movement - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
This is a declassified set of documents produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) about the Occupy Wall Street movement. One pdf file was released to the public with annotations by Jason Leopold when he was a reporter for Truthout.org: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/549518-fbi-ows-documents.html Another was released by the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California here: http://www.aclu.org/blog/free-speech-national-security/foia-documents-show-fbi-was-watching-oc...
Keywords: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Occupy Wall Street (OWS); Surveillance; American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California (ACLU-NC)
Downloads: 154
[movies]Taking Back The Village: HYPE Helping Youth Through Personal Empowerment 06-04-08 - Earnest Spencer for Taking Back The Village
Talk Show hosted by Uncle Earny Spencer is about neighborhood empowerment. Earnest's first love is helping children. Earnest's guests are: Kammy Webb, a member of the Kalamazoo College chapter of the ACLU "American Civil Liberties Union". American Civil Liberties Union home page Arianna Schindle and Erin Mette, both members of the Kalamazoo College chapter of HYPE "Helping Youth Through Personal Empowerment"...
Keywords: Talk Show; Interview; Community Access; Kalamazoo; Earnest Spencer; Taking Back the Village; Civil Rights; American Civil Liberties Union; ACLU; Helping Youth Through Personal Empowerment; HYPE
Downloads: 77
[audio]It Takes a Village Radio Show hosted by Carla Kjellberg - Carla Kjellberg
Sandra Miniutti from Charity Navigator talks about how to research charities before you give; Justice Square: Chuck Samulsen, Executive Director of The Minnesota Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union; Barbara Brooks, Producing Artistic Director of the Minnesota Jewish Theatre talks about "The Odd Potato" a play about Hanukah
Keywords: Carla Kjellberg; radio broadcast; radio show; villagetalkradio.com; progressive voice for family, faith and community; Sandra Miniutti; Charity Navigator; Chuck Samulsen; American Civil Liberties Union; Barbara Brooks; Minnesota Jewish Theatre; The Odd Potato
Downloads: 55
[movies]Alternative Views #024: THE AMERICAN POLICE STATE - Frank Morrow
24. (N) THE AMERICAN POLICE STATE Government surveillance, harassment of dissidents and the legislative attack on civil liberties highlight the program. Joining the regular panel are John Duncan of the Texas Chapter of the American Civil Liberties and a women's rights activist who talks about her FBI dossier. Also featured is a videotape of police brutality against demonstrators in Austin who were protesting boat races in their barrio.
Keywords: Alternative Views; Alternative Information Network; progressive media; alternative media; public access television; Frank Morrow; Doug Kellner; Austin Community Television; civil liberties; government surveillance; John Duncan; American Civil Liberties Union; police brutality; FBI
Downloads: 528
[audio]WLC Report Press Conf Rally FINAL Mixdown - Netfa Freeman
On Wednesday July 31st , 2013, there was a noon press conference to draw connections between the fight for justice for Trayvon Martin and the need for a movement to address racial profiling in DC. This was in light of a new study by the Washington Lawyers Committee on racial disparities in arrests within the District. The report has raised seriously troubling questions about why so many Africans/Black people become entangled in the criminal justice system...
Keywords: Washington Lawyers Committee report; Son of Nun; racial profiling; District of Columbia; Reverend Graylan Hagler; ACLU; American Civil Liberties Union; Trayvon Martin; George Zimmerman; Cathy L. Lanier; police brutality; stop and frisk; Voices With Vision; WPFW 89.3
Downloads: 19
[audio]Elsbeth Bothe - 14-Sep-2001 - Weaving Women's Words - Jewish Women's Archive
Oral historian Elaine Eff interviewed Elsbeth Levy Bothe on September 14 and 21, and on October 22 2001 at her home in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the Weaving Women's Words project.Early influences in Elsbeth Levy Bothe’s life included her extended Hamburger family and their retail men’s clothing business, and her attendance at the progressive Park School, from which she graduated in 1945. She describes how areas of Pikesville and Baltimore corresponded with religious affiliation and soci...
Keywords: Lawyers; Sex discrimination against women; Judges; Civil rights; Criminal law; American Civil Liberties Union; Interfaith marriage; University of Chicago; Labor movement; Park School (Baltimore, Md.); International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
Downloads: 56
[audio]Upton Sinclair oral history - Toyoshima, Joe
Description: Sound recording of Joe Toyoshima's 1966 interview with Upton Sinclair in his Monrovia home documenting Sinclair's literary and political career, mostly in Southern California. Notable topics include: Sinclair's role in the Liberty Hill strike in San Pedro and the formation of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California; the End Poverty in California (EPIC) plan and Sinclair's 1934 campaign for governor; the cooperative movement in California; the motion picture ...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Strikes and lockouts--California--San Pedro; Political campaigns--California; Motion picture industry--California--Los Angeles; Journalism--California--Los Angeles; End Poverty League; American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California
Downloads: 143
[audio]Insight: Election Follow / Privacy Expert / Trio Los Panchos / Clark Reeper
Election Follow Up - How did the six budget-related propositions do in California's special election? Today on Insight, we'll check in on election results and hear what might happen next. ACLU Privacy Expert - The way we communicate with people at a distance has changed profoundly in the last 15 years. And while new ways of staying in touch are convenient, they have some downsides, including privacy concerns...
Keywords: California special election; election results; propositions; ACLU; privacy expert; American Civil Liberties Union; Trio Los Panchos; live performance; Clark Reeper's Tales; Michael Panush; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 966
[audio]It Takes a Village Radio Show hosted by Carla Kjellberg - Carla Kjellberg
Janne K. Flisrand Program Coordinator, Minnesota Green Communities, talks about their goal of getting all new affordable housing to be built green; Justice Square: Chuck Samulsen, Executive Director of The Minnesota Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union; Jaime Meyer, creator of “Blessing: A Winter Solstice Experience”, Sunday, December 10th at 7 pm at Carondelet Center, Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality, 1890 Randolph Av, St...
Keywords: Carla Kjellberg; radio broadcast; radio show; villagetalkradio.com; progressive voice for family, faith and community; Janne K. Flisrand; Minnesota Green Communities; new affordable housing; Chuck Samulsen; Minnesota Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union; Jaime Meyer; Blessing: A Winter Solstice Experience; Carondelet Center; Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality
Downloads: 172
[audio]Protest NYC Police Kill Again; NYPD Anti-Islam Film Cover-Up - Miimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition 28' Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg ******************************************** New York Police Dept. Kills Again - Over 1,000 in the Bronx Protest With Jose, Stop and Frisk Campaign, Occupy Wall Street In 2011, at least 700,000 almost entirely African-American and Latinos in New York were subjected to the NYPDâs unwarranted stop and frisks...
Keywords: Amna Akbar; Muslim American Civil Liberties Union; Imam Al Hajj Talib Abdur-Rashid; The Islamic Leadership Council; Cyrus McGoldrick; Council on American Islamic Relations; Jumaane D. Williams; Abdeen Jabara; Stop and Frisk; Occupy Wall Street; Rahmarley Graham; Raymond Kelly; New York Police Department; Sheldon Adelson; Clarion Fund; the Third Jihad
Downloads: 58
[audio]Unbought and Unbossed #142 Oct. 7, 2009 - Raymond Geisler
Unbought and Unbossed #142 Oct. 7, 2009. This show, the Fund Drive is Not Over, is 116 minutes and includes: Read -Follow up story - Media Pundits back away from 9/11 debate with Charlie Sheen, initial interest waned after Sheen insisted discussion much be moderated fairly by Paul Joseph Watson of Prison Planet.com. Sept 30, 2009. -Press release and mission statement from a new newspaper in Canada, the Agora...
Keywords: CHLY; Nanaimo; VIU; Canada; Canadian; 9/11; 9/11 Truth; 9/11 Truth movement; police state; false flag; terrorism; SPP; North American Union; new world order; one world government; war on terror; independent; media; peace; radio show; Paul Joseph Watson; Ryan Foster; Dan Merchant; the Agora; Camp FEMA; William Lewis; Gary Franchi; Terence Mckenna; Vince Peppard; American Civil Liberties Union; John Elway; fund drive
Downloads: 46
[texts]Helen Gahagan Douglas project : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1981 (Volume 2) - Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office
Vol. 2
Keywords: Douglas, Helen Gahagan, 1900-1980; Fuller, Helen; United States. Congress. House; United Nations; American Civil Liberties Union. Northern California Branch; Women in politics -- United States; Water resources development -- California; Nuclear energy -- United States; California -- Politics and government; United States -- Politics and government 20th century
Downloads: 1,247
[texts]Sketches of an improbable ninety years : oral history transcript / 1973-1975 - Salz, Helen A. (Helen Arnstein)

Keywords: Arnstein family; Piazzoni, Gottardo, 1872-1945; Salz, Ansley K; Presidio Open Air School (San Francisco); American Civil Liberties Union; Jews -- California; Artists -- California San Francisco; Women artists -- California; Women -- California San Francisco; Jewish women -- California; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Social life and customs
Downloads: 1,478
[audio]People United - April 30, 2010 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Charles Bierley of Amnesty International's Austin chapter, Roberto Flotte and Rosario Martinez of MEChA de Tejaztlan, Matt Simpson of the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, and Cristina Tzintzun of the Workers Defense Project about the struggle for immigrant justice.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Arizona SB 1070; immigrant rights; immigrant justice; May Day march; immigrant detention; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Hutto; ACLU; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas; Charles Bierley; Amnesty International; Roberto Flotte; Rosario Martinez; MEChA de Tejaztlan; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; Matt Simpson; Matthew Simpson; American Civil Liberties Union; ACLU; Cristina Tzintzun; Workers Defense Project; Jan Brewer; Janet Napolitano; Obama Administration; deportations; John McCain; Republican Party; J D Hayworth; Ted Kennedy; Edward M Kennedy; fiscal responsibility; Arizona boycott; Evan Mecham; Martin Luther King Day; Tea Party; May Day march; protests; 5604 Manor; Robert Jensen; Jim Hightower; Ruthie Foster; Eliza Gilkyson; Mitote; Third Coast Activist Resource Center; Third Coast Workers for Cooperation; Mamas of Color Rising; Austin Voices for Education and Youth; human rights
Downloads: 25
[audio]People United - February 24, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features coverage of an Occupy Austin teach-in on the movement, public protest, and civil liberties that was held at Austin City Hall Plaza on February 15, 2012. Dave Cortez of Occupy Austin facilitated the teach-in, which also featured Texas AFL-CIO President Becky Moeller, Debbie Russell of the Texas ACLU, and Snehal Shingavi, a University of Texas faculty member active with the Austin branch of the International Socialist Organization.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Occupy Austin; Occupy Wall Street; Occupy Movement; Dave Cortez; Becky Moeller; AFL-CIO; Debbie Russell; Texas ACLU; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas Civil Liberties Union; Snehal Shingavi; University of Texas at Austin; English Department; International Socialist Organization; ISO; Austin City Hall; Austin Police Department; City Manager's Office; Marc Ott; Michael McDonald; eviction; free speech; freedom of speech; freedom of assembly; US Constitution; Bill of Rights; rights; civil liberties; infringement; public property; private property; homeless; homelessness; gay; transgender; LGBT; immigrant; labor; class struggle; May Day; Civil Rights Movement; social movements; history; current events
Downloads: 31
[texts]B'nai B'rith: An International Anti-Christian, Pro-Communist Jewish Power (1938) - John Merrick Church (Robert Edward Edmondson)
Robert Edward Edmondson's 1930s review of Zionist Jewish tribal supremacism.
Keywords: Aliens; Alliance Isradite Universelle; American Civil Liberties Union; American Jewish Congress; Anti-Semitism; Christianity; Adolph Cremieux; Biro Bidjan; Leon Blum; Reuben Brainin; Communist Party; Christmas; Communism; Albert Einstein; Friedrich Engels; Federal Council; Carlton J. H. Hayes; Easter; Hillel Foundation; Jewish Frontier; Jewish Labor Committee; Jewish People's Committee; Jewry; Kehillah; La Guardia; Little Moscow; Martin Luther; Karl Marx; Morgenthau; Morning Freiheit; National Conference of Jews and Christians; New Deal; Propaganda; Palestine; Protocols; radicalism; Religious News Service; Roosevelt; Schiff; Soviet Revolution; Spanish Civil War; Stalin; World Government; Yiddish; Zionism
Downloads: 75
[audio]People United - November 4, 2011 - Allan Campbell
Episode features Susan Herman, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, and Lawrence Sager, currently the dean of the School of Law at the University of Texas at Austin, on her book _Taking Liberties: The War on Terror and the Erosion of American Democracy_. They spoke at BookPeople in Austin, Texas, on October 17, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Susan Herman; American Civil Liberties Union; president; Brooklyn Law School; Lawrence Sager; UT School of Law; UT Law School; University of Texas at Austin; dean; constitutional theory; constitutional scholarship; constitutional law; Anne Beeson; United States; civil liberties; civil rights; September 11th; 9/11; terrorist attacks; surveillance; privacy; secrecy; detention; prosecution; evidence; misconduct; abuse; torture; due process; War on Terror; Guatanamo; Osama bin Laden; Barack Obama; George W Bush; John Ashcroft; Alberto Gonzales; Eric Holder; Patriot Act; library provision; libraries; librarians; gag order; National Security Letter; NSL; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; Department of Homeland Security; DHS; Sami Omar Al-Hussayen; University of Idaho; Moscow; Boise; trial; subpoena; website; internet; service provider; Pomona College; Nicholas George; Transportation Security Administration; TSA; WikiLeaks; Austin City Council
Downloads: 16
[audio]People United - May 20, 2011 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP studio about the single-member district proposals for the Austin City Council with Susana Almanza of PODER, Roscoe Overton and Debbie Russell of the Austin Center for Peace and Justice, and Marcelo Tafoya of LULAC District 12.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Austin City Council; Austin City Hall; at-large Council members; single-member district proposals; geographic representation; community activists; community forum; East Austin; Susana Almanza; People Organized for the Defense of the Earth and her Resources; PODER; Roscoe Overton; Debbie Russell; Austin Center for Peace and Justice; ACLU of Texas; American Civil Liberties Union of Texas; Marcelo Tafoya; LULAC; League of United Latin American Citizens; Gentlemen's Agreement; Voting Rights Act; civil rights; community accountability; superdistrict; IH-35; Interstate Highway 35; SB 1618; Senate Bill 1618; Texas State Senate; Texas State House; Texas State Legislature; Eddie Rodriguez; Kirk Watson; Jeff Wentworth; Gonzalo Barrientos; charter amendment; Lee Leffingwell; Mike Martinez; Marc Ott; Gus Garcia; Eric Mitchell; race; ethnicity; Latinos; Hispanics; blacks; African Americans; communities of color; low-income communities; history; current events
Downloads: 19
[audio]People United 2014-10-24 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United presents the first in a two-part episode featuring coverage of the Travis County Democratic Party's public forum about the controversial participation of the Travis County Sheriff's Office in the US Immigration and Custom Enforcement's Secure Communities program, an event moderated by the party's political director, Kristian Caballero, with six panelists, Sheriff Greg Hamilton and Major Darren Long from the Sheriff's Office, Satinder Singh of the ACLU ...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Travis County; Travis County Democratic Party; Kristian Caballero; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Secure Communities; S-Comm; Travis County Sheriff's Office; Greg Hamilton; Darren Long; Grassroots Leadership; Bob Libal; Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition; AIRC; Alejandro Caceres; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; Satinder Singh; Texas Civil Rights Project; Amelia Ruiz Fischer; Amelia Fischer; Austin City Council; Austin Police Department; APD; Art Acevedo; United States; George W Bush; Barack Obama; Department of Homeland Security; DHS; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; federal; state; county; local; arrest; detain; detainer; deport; cost; budget; tax burden; resident; citizen; immigrant; documented; undocumented; family; compensation; resources; legal options; public safety; probable cause; reasonable suspicion; racial profiling; discrimination; civil rights; due process; constitutionality; immigrant justice; racial justice; social justice; current events
Downloads: 10
[audio]People United - April 8, 2011 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about government targeting of activists with Will Potter, author of the book Green Is the New Red: An Insider's Account of a Social Movement under Siege; Scott Crow, author of the memoir Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy and the Common Ground Collective; retired FBI agent Colleen Rowley; Michael May, who produced the segment "My Way or the FBI Way" for Public Radio International's This American Life, and who now serves as M...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Green Is the New Red; Will Potter; Scott Crow; Black Flags and Windmills; Colleen Rowley; FBI; The Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael May; My Way or the FBI Way; This American Life; Public Radio International; The Texas Observer; Debbie Russell; American Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; social movments; environmental activism; animal rights; arnarchists; informants; government surveillance; counterterrorism; terrorism; eco-terrorism; vandalism; sabotage; tactics; frame; framing; scapegoating; double standards; anti-abortion violence; white supremacy; religious right; Christian right; corporate interests; Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act; public sector; private sector; J Edgar Hoover; COINTELPRO; Counter Intelligence Program; Church Committee; Frank Church; Bush Administration; John Ashcroft; Justice Department; Obama Administration; September 11th; 9/11; Patriot Act; First Amendment; Republican National Convention; Brandon Darby; Brad Crowder; Bradley Crowder; David McKay; David McKay Trial; history; current events
Downloads: 132
[audio]People United 2013 Apr 26 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation about the work, life imprisonment and longtime solitary confinement of US political prisoner Russell Maroon Shoatz with Theresa Shoatz, his daughter, and Quincy Saul, the editor (with Fred Ho) of the book Maroon the Implacable: The Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz.  They spoke at the KOOP Studio on April 18, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Theresa Shoatz; Theresa Shoats; Quincy Saul; Russell Shoatz; Russell Shoats; Maroon; Russell Maroon Shoatz; Russell Maroon Shoats; Russell Melvin Shoats; Maroon the Implacable; The Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz; Fred Ho; Kanya D'Almeida; Scientific Soul Sessions; Pennsylvania Association of Lifers; PAL; prison; imprisonment; solitary confinement; torture; human rights; United Nations; UN Commission on Human Rights; UN Special Rapporteur on Torture; Juan E Méndez; Juan Méndez; American Civil Liberties Union; Americans with Disabilities Act; ADA; civil rights; race; racism; capitalism; criminal justice; police brutality; urban; residents; neighborhoods; people of color; communities of color; black; African American; community; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia Police Department; Frank Rizzo; W Wilson Goode; Black Unity Council; Black Panther Party; Mumia Abu-Jamal; The Move; Leonard Peltier; Angola 3; Angola Three; Malcolm X; Martin Luther King Jr; black freedom struggle; abolition; racial justice; social justice; economic justice; environmental justice; political prisoner; generation; generational; youth; activism; organizing; education; movement; ideology; the state; media; history; current events
Downloads: 15
[audio]People United 2014-10-31 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United presents the second in a two-part episode featuring coverage of the Travis County Democratic Party's public forum about the controversial participation of the Travis County Sheriff's Office in the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Secure Communities program, this time with the audience directing questions and comments at the six panelists, Sheriff Greg Hamilton and Major Darren Long from the Sheriff's Office, Satinder Singh of the ACLU of Texas,...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Travis County; Travis County Democratic Party; Kristian Caballero; Vincent Harding; Jan Soifer; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Secure Communities; S-Comm; Travis County Sheriff's Office; Greg Hamilton; Darren Long; Grassroots Leadership; Bob Libal; Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition; AIRC; Alejandro Caceres; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; Satinder Singh; Texas Civil Rights Project; Amelia Ruiz Fischer; Amelia Fischer; Austin City Council; Austin Police Department; APD; Art Acevedo; La Raza Roundtable; La Raza Round Table; Susana Almanza; United States; George W Bush; Barack Obama; Department of Homeland Security; DHS; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; federal; state; county; local; arrest; detain; detainer; deport; cost; budget; resident; citizen; immigrant; documented; undocumented; family; compensation; resources; public safety; probable cause; reasonable suspicion; race; ethnicity; nationality; demographics; people of color; black; African; American American; Asian; Hispanic; Latin; Latino; Latina; discrimination; civil rights; due process; constitutionality; immigrant justice; racial justice; social justice; human rights; current events
Downloads: 4
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